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The 10th Amendment Movement: A Revolution in Thought

The 10th Amendment Movement: A Revolution in Thought

A radical Change in the “Principles, Opinions, Sentiments and Affection of the People” was the real American Revolution of the 18th century. Are we witnessing the very early beginnings of a new radical change today? Maybe, but as Samuel Adams made clear, it will...

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Remembering The Chancellor: Robert R. Livingston

Remembering The Chancellor: Robert R. Livingston

While most people today never heard his name, if you were alive at the time of the founding, you definitely knew "The Chancellor," Robert R. Livingston, who passed away today in history - Feb 26, 1813. Get a highlight reel of his life - from the Declaration of...

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An “All or Nothing” Approach is Bad for Liberty

An “All or Nothing” Approach is Bad for Liberty

Have you ever been attacked as a "statist" because something you support to expand liberty - in a big or small way - doesn’t "go far enough?" Join the club - we’ve heard this kind of thing from a subset of libertarians for years. But their all-or-nothing approach not...

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State-Federal Task Forces and the National Police State

State-Federal Task Forces and the National Police State

Through the proliferation of joint law enforcement task forces, the federal government is creating a national police force that operates in a legal twilight zone with little or no oversight. Path to Liberty: February 22, 2021 Subscribe: Apple | Spotify |...

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Federal Minimum Wage and the Constitution

Federal Minimum Wage and the Constitution

The feds have no delegated power to impose wage controls under the original, legal meaning of the Constitution. Federal supremacists will quickly point to the commerce clause. But that constitutional argument for a federal minimum wage is as ignorant as the economic...

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The Founders Were Students of History, Not Prophets

The Founders Were Students of History, Not Prophets

While many warnings from the founding generation might seem prophetic today - they were usually based on an intense study of history and human nature. On this episode, some of the best predictions/warnings, an overview of what the Founders studied, and quotes from...

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Category: 10th Amendment

10th Amendment: The Enumerated Powers of States

10th Amendment: The Enumerated Powers of States

During the debates over ratifying the Constitution, its opponents said It’s not enough to list what the federal government can ...
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Constitution 101: Powers Reserved to the States or to the People

Constitution 101: Powers Reserved to the States or to the People

While the Constitution was being considered in state ratifying conventions, prominent supporters of ratification repeatedly gave the people lists of ...
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Why the 10th Amendment? Federalism as a Tool to Advance Liberty

Why the 10th Amendment? Federalism as a Tool to Advance Liberty

Although some people believe the 10th Amendment is just about advancing "states rights," for the Founders, devolving power away from ...
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Category: Nullification Essentials

Thomas Jefferson's Other Declaration: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

Thomas Jefferson’s Other Declaration: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

Most people know that Jefferson was the primary drafter of the Declaration of Independence, but few have even heard of ...
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Nullification Wasn't Invented by Thomas Jefferson

Nullification Wasn’t Invented by Thomas Jefferson

While some people may believe that Thomas Jefferson invented the doctrine of nullification - because he called it the “rightful ...
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The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 and Nullification by Northern States

The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 and Nullification by Northern States

On September 18, 1850 - President Millard Fillmore signed the 2nd Fugitive Slave Act into law. In response to what ...
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Category: Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Bad Strategy: More Losses for the 2nd Amendment

Bad Strategy: More Losses for the 2nd Amendment

In order to advance liberty in the face of the largest government in the history of the world, good strategy ...
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Nullify Attacks on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Nullify Attacks on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

How to stop federal restrictions on the 2nd Amendment? Follow the advice of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to undermine, ...
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4 Essential Steps to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

4 Essential Steps to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

With attacks ramping up from both left and right in recent years - there is no quick fix. But these ...
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Category: In the Founders’ Words

When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

As Thomas Jefferson warned us, to take a “single step” beyond the limits of the constitution is to take a ...
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History Ignored: James Wilson's Speech on the Constitution

History Ignored: James Wilson’s Speech on the Constitution

On Oct. 6, 1787, just over a week after the Confederation Congress voted to send the proposed Constitution to the ...
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Nullify! They Don’t Want us Doing This. We’re Doing it Anyway

Nullify! They Don’t Want us Doing This. We’re Doing it Anyway

Following the wisdom and advice of the Founders and Old Revolutionaries, we recognize that the federal government is one of ...
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Category: Federal Courts

The Marbury v Madison Myth

The Marbury v Madison Myth

almost everything in modern "constitutional law" is based on a myth ...
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Supreme Court, Precedent and the Constitution

Supreme Court, Precedent and the Constitution

Stare decisis is the doctrine of precedent - that a court should rule the way a previous court did - ...
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John Marshall, the Commerce Clause and Gibbons v Ogden

John Marshall, the Commerce Clause and Gibbons v Ogden

While supporters - and opponents - of the monster state often point to 3 New Deal era cases as pivotal ...
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Category: Police State

End Qualified Immunity from the Bottom Up

End Qualified Immunity from the Bottom Up

While states can't end a federally-imposed legal fiction on their own, a new state law to reform the practice can ...
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The Origins of Militarized Police: From Peace Officer to Command and Control

The Origins of Militarized Police: From Peace Officer to Command and Control

To say that the militarization of the police is nothing new is to ignore America’s recent history as well as ...
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War on Liberty: An Overview of Federal Programs that Militarize and Nationalize Local Police

War on Liberty: An Overview of Federal Programs that Militarize and Nationalize Local Police

With local police looking and acting more like an occupying army than peace officers every year - how did it ...
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Category: Nullification Strategy

What’s Next? How to Beat the Feds: Advice from Leading Founders

What’s Next? How to Beat the Feds: Advice from Leading Founders

Whatever team is in charge in D.C., we’re still living under the largest government in the history of the world ...
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Anti-Commandeering: The Top-6 Questions

Anti-Commandeering: The Top-6 Questions

The most effective way to nullify federal programs is to use James Madison’s advice, “a refusal to cooperate with officers ...
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2nd Amendment Preservation: Foundation to Nullify Federal Gun Control

2nd Amendment Preservation: Foundation to Nullify Federal Gun Control

Using advice from James Madison, Thomas Jefferson and others - and following up on the success implementing these strategies on ...
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Category: Essential History

Natural Rights: Liberty Doesn't Need a Government Permission Slip

Natural Rights: Liberty Doesn’t Need a Government Permission Slip

Even though many people credit Thomas Jefferson for the natural rights principles in the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson himself pointed ...
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Patrick Henry vs the Stamp Act

Patrick Henry vs the Stamp Act

On his 29th birthday - May 29, 1765 - Patrick Henry introduced a series of resolutions against the Stamp Act ...
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The Most Important Founder Most People Have Never Heard Of

The Most Important Founder Most People Have Never Heard Of

In modern times, few recognize the name John Dickinson. Despite a lifetime of influence and accomplishment, he has truly become ...
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Category: Surveillance

Police Body Cams: A Bait and Switch?

Police Body Cams: A Bait and Switch?

Buyer beware. A tool exclusively in the hands of government probably isn't a good method to restrain that very same ...
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Stalker State: Patriot Act, Trace Act, and More Surveillance

Stalker State: Patriot Act, Trace Act, and More Surveillance

Emergencies create the perfect excuse for government power to expand. Once established, these government powers never go away. On this ...
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Facial Recognition: Where it is, Where it's Going and What Needs to be Done

Facial Recognition: Where it is, Where it’s Going and What Needs to be Done

In times of crisis and fear, government power always grows faster. And surveillance is one of the worst. In this ...
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Category: War Powers

Who Ends War under the Constitution? Iraq, Iran, AUMF Edition

Who Ends War under the Constitution? Iraq, Iran, AUMF Edition

On Thursday, the House passed an amendment to repeal the 2002 Iraq AUMF. The administration is vehemently opposed and will ...
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Thomas Jefferson vs the Barbary Pirates

Thomas Jefferson vs the Barbary Pirates

Many people who support unconstitutional executive war powers like to claim that Thomas Jefferson took the same approach in the ...
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Refuting Lies: Iran, War and the Constitution

Refuting Lies: Iran, War and the Constitution

With the general public so wildly uninformed about the Constitution as ratified, coupled with a massive propaganda machine in support ...
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Category: Asset Forfeiture

The Constitution on the War on Drugs

The Constitution on the War on Drugs

Few programs have done such consistent and sweeping damage to the original, legal meaning of the Constitution as the so-called ...
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How Asset Forfeiture Drives the Police State

How Asset Forfeiture Drives the Police State

Civil asset forfeiture is legalized government stealing - it distorts law enforcement priorities and drives the national police state. Path ...
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Nullification News: 2A, Raw Milk, Forfeiture, Facial Recognition and more

Nullification News: 2A, Raw Milk, Forfeiture, Facial Recognition and more

It's nullification season! Michael Boldin reports on the latest efforts to reject, resist, undermine and nullify unconstitutional acts .Hear about ...
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Category: Nullification Movement

Status Report: Nullify the Surveillance State

Status Report: Nullify the Surveillance State

Although NSA spying remains the most high-profile warrantless surveillance program, the federal government has created a national surveillance network that ...
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Status Report: End Asset Forfeiture in the States

Status Report: End Asset Forfeiture in the States

Civil asset forfeiture is nothing more than legalized, institutionalized, government-sanctioned theft. But actions are being taken to stop it on ...
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Status Report: Nullify the FDA

Status Report: Nullify the FDA

The FDA has grown increasingly aggressive in enforcing its regulations.. It not only asserts the power to regulate interstate commerce; ...
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Category: Federal Reserve

Big Spenders to the Right and the Left: Mind-Numbing Deficit Numbers Keep Growing

Big Spenders to the Right and the Left: Mind-Numbing Deficit Numbers Keep Growing

The federal reserve is the engine that drives the most powerful government in history. And big spenders on both sides ...
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Secrecy and No Reserves: Last Ditch Efforts from the Fed?

Secrecy and No Reserves: Last Ditch Efforts from the Fed?

Two big changes from the federal reserve in recent weeks - the ability to operate in complete secrecy, and reducing ...
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The Fed, Spending, Debt and More: Warnings from Thomas Jefferson

The Fed, Spending, Debt and More: Warnings from Thomas Jefferson

When it came to sound economic policy, Thomas Jefferson was outspoken for decades. From opposing a central bank, to keeping ...
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